Explain the Bombing of Pearl Harbor.

The Bombing of Pearl Harbor was a tragic thing. But heres how it happened. The U.S. was trying to have negotiations with Japan to not try to take over more of Asia. But Japan did not want America to get in the way of their scheme. So Japan planned a surprise bombing on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. It was because that was where the U.S. Naval Base was located. So while U.S. Secratary of State talked with 2 Japanese Diplomats, Japan launched their missiles and bombed Pearl Harbor. Over 2,000 people had died from this event. The next day the U.S. declared war on Japan. So on December 8'th, 1941 the U.S. joined World War 2. 

Explain how America freed the German death camps

German death camps started in 1933. They were made for basicly made for murder.The U.S.A did not know about this for 5 years. The german death camps we started by Adolf Hitler. At the death camps, families were seperated from families. The Jews had little food. Each day over 300 people died. In 1945 U.S. and British forces Entered Ducha , Buchwald, and Sachsenhausen. To free the death camps. When they entered they entered the death of thousands. the people that were living were to weak and to sick to move or eat but they were to weak to eat. but that day the Americans were heros. And Adolf Hitler commited suicide on April 30th 1945.

Describe how America helped in WWII.

One way that the United States of America helped in WWII is producing a lot of weapons for the war. Guns, tanks, vehicles, and even food was produced from America. These things were for Great Britain and Americas other allies in WWII. The women helped by making food for the soldiers in the war so they could still be healthy. 1st aid kits were given out to the solders as well as very good trained nurses. If it wasnt for America the war wouldnt be as easy as it was with America.